In the south of the West Bank, the military stormed the Dheisheh and Aida refugee camps, near the city of Bethlehem, where they captured three citizens, the WAFA news agency reported.
The soldiers also assaulted the Jalazone refugee camp, north of the city, where they arrested a Palestinian after vandalizing his home.
Arrests were also reported in the towns of Kharsa, Dura and Idhna, in the Hebron region, and in the areas of Jericho, Jenin and Nablus.
These incursions, which also took place in areas under the full control of the Palestinian National Authority, were carried out without search warrants at the discretion of the occupation army, WAFA criticized.
Under Israeli military law, commanders of the Armed Forces have full executive, legislative and judicial authority over three million Palestinians living in the West Bank.
Various sources put the number of Palestinians currently behind bars in Israeli prisons at 4,700.